Xorg server 1.9 minimal

That’s what I’m using for MeeGo now. Autoconf parameters, theeere we go:


--disable-static --disable-aiglx --disable-config-dbus --disable-config-hal --disable-dbe --disable-dga --disable-dpms --disable-dri --disable-glx --disable-glx-tls --disable-int10-module --disable-ipv6 --disable-screensaver --disable-secure-rpc --disable-tcp-transport --disable-vbe --disable-vgahw --disable-xdm-auth-1 --disable-xinerama --disable-xwin --disable-xaa --disable-xace --disable-xdmcp --disable-xf86vidmode --disable-xfree86-utils --disable-xnest --disable-xvmc --disable-libdrm --enable-config-udev --enable-dri2 --enable-null-root-cursor --enable-record --enable-unit-tests --enable-visibility --enable-xorg --with-sha1=libsha1

PS: stop use kdrive hardware servers (Xfbdev and variants). They are dead!

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6 Responses to “Xorg server 1.9 minimal”

  1. Suelen Says:

    Eu poderia ler isso como poesia concreta! :)

  2. vignatti Says:

    nao eh tao dificil assim; eh soh se acostumar com os termos :)

  3. djp Says:

    can Xorg server minimal dynamically load input drivers (IIRC KDriver/Tinyx could not)?

  4. vignatti Says:

    definitely, it works exactly as a normal Xorg. These options don’t touch anything in regarding module loading.

  5. jon scsi Says:

    Can we have a comment or two on Wayland vs X11, like space, sizes, abilities, etc please.

    thanks
    scsijon

  6. vignatti Says:

    scsijon: it’s basically impossible at this point. Although the future seems more and more clear torwards Wayland for display and window management, the protocol itself is far to be completed. People are using the *demo* implementation, news articles keep talking about its success and a few others are relying on the Wayland protocol to build others protocols (so for instance clients from one implementation won’t run in the other, i.e. zero interoperability).

    The open community surrounding Wayland is great though, and I encourage you to help build the technology :)

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